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Baby Factory Police rescue 8 pregnant girls in Delta

Spokesperson of the command, DSP Celestina Kalu, said in a statement in Asaba that the baby-making factory was discovered after detectives, acting on a tip-off, swooped on the premises.

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Pregnant teenagers who were forced to sell their babies have been rescued in a baby factory. play

Pregnant teenagers who were forced to sell their babies have been rescued in a baby factory.

(NAPTIP)

The Delta Police Command said on Saturday that it had discovered a 'baby-production' factory in Asaba, arrested the operator, and rescued eight pregnant girls.

Spokesperson of the command, DSP Celestina Kalu, said in a statement in Asaba that the baby-making factory was discovered after detectives, acting on a tip-off, swooped on the premises.

Pregnant teenagers who were forced to sell their babies have been rescued in a baby factory. play

Pregnant teenagers who were forced to sell their babies have been rescued in a baby factory.

(NAPTIP)

 

'On July 30, 2015, Police detectives from GRA Division Asaba, while acting on a tip-off, raided a suspected baby factory opposite the Federal Radio Corporation, Asaba, and arrested its operator, John Ihezun.

'Detectives also arrested two boys, one Prince Chukwu and Obum Nwankwo, in the premises of the baby factory,' Kalu said.

The command said it found eight pregnant girls (names with-held).

The command said it had commenced investigations into the matter, saying that any person found to be involved, would be prosecuted.

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